Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti was once again a top performer for the team in the 2020 Trophee des Champions final against Olympique de Marseille.
The Italian talent earned a start for the team out at the central attacking midfielder role and orchestrated another fine performance. He completed 65 passes, chipped in for two goal-scoring chances created and won four ground duels.
For Verratti, the win in this final also added to his trophy cabinet. He claimed his 26th career trophy with PSG, which is the most won by a player in the club’s history.
Verratti won his first trophy with PSG back in 2013 with the Ligue 1 title. Since then, he has also gone on to win trophies in three other domestic competitions.
In total, the Italian has medals from competitions wins in Ligue 1 (seven), Coupe de France (five), Coupe de la Ligue (six) and Trophee des Champions (eight).
The PSG midfielder will soon reach the 30 trophies won milestone if the side can win Ligue 1, Coupe de France and the UEFA Champions League this season to go along with the next edition of the Trophee des Champions.
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